EXCLUSIVE: C-Murder Says Young Trump Not His Son; Doesn’t Support Bow Wow Beef

(AllHipHop News) Imprisoned rapper C-Murder has lashed out at published interviews by his alleged “son,” who discussed the rapper’s life sentence, while simultaneously disrespecting rappers like Bow Wow, his mother and other rappers.


Rapper Young Trump, of The Rich Boyz, appeared on Streetz Disciplez Radio and claimed he was C-Murder’s son.


During the interview Young Trump revealed he had issues with Bow Wow, Yung Berg and Sean Kingston.


He labeled Bow Wow phony and called his mother a “slut” and called Yung Berg a “fa**ot.”


According to C-Murder, Young Trump is not his son, he is his cousin. “Young Trump is not my son, he is my little cousin,” C-Murder told AllHipHop.com in a statement. “For me personally, he’s young at this, so the beefs he’s into are something I do not support. For him to be saying I’m his pops and then disrespect Bow Wow’s mother like that….I don’t get down like that.”


According to C-Murder, his younger cousin’s comments have stirred up controversy for him, as he focuses on his appeal.


“I don’t want my name thrown out there with this,” C-Murder told AllHipHop.com. “I wouldn’t never dis anyone’s Mama and I don’t appreciate it being put out there. Let me people know what level I’m on. I aint got one enemy in the industry. I don’t believe in enemies and I don’t believe in beef. That’s my cousin and I love him, but I don’t agree with what he’s saying.”


C-Murder, born Corey Miller, is currently working with his legal team to appeal his conviction for shooting and killing 16-year-old Steve Thomas inside Club Platinum, a now-defunct Jefferson Parish Night Club.


C-Murder was convicted of the crime in 2003 and sentenced to a mandatory life sentence.


After a series of appeals that went to the Louisiana Supreme Court, his conviction was overturned in 2006, after it was learned prosecutors expunged the criminal backgrounds of their witnesses.


He was convicted for the crime a second time in August of 2009, but a juror went public after the trial, claiming the jury was corrupt and that she was pressured into making her decision.


Others claimed that a juror slept during deliberations, while another quoted from the bible and repeatedly asked to be excused from the case.


Even the judge sent jurors back to discuss the verdict during the trial, because he felt on juror may have changed a vote just to end the trial.


“We are in the process of reading over the transcripts now,” C-Murder told AllHipHop.com. “That’s taking 30-90 days. In three months, we will file and then go from there and pray for the best.”

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